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    SIOC vs SIM-Board Universal Controller

    I have been looking at going with either OpenCockpits SIOC or Flightdeck Technology's SUC and could sure use some input.

    So far - I noticed there are a lot of modules already developed for SIOC... but on the other hand I enjoy programming and like the SUC environment.

    Thanks

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    You can do lots of programming thru SIOC! It is WAY more powerful and the only downside is lack of documentation and shipping cost if you are in a hurry. I have used IOCards and SIOC for over 3yrs now, love them!!

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    You can program for me. I need all the help I can get.

    BTW - Welcome to the land of cockpits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmig View Post
    You can program for me. I need all the help I can get.

    BTW - Welcome to the land of cockpits.

    What are trying to program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737NUT View Post
    What are trying to program?
    See the thread I started on Coding the Master Card. Wanderer offered some advice I will try tomorrow.

    There are very few things I am afraid of, programming is one.
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    and the winner is...

    Cool Dudes!! many thanks for your input. I spent the weekend looking at SIOC programs and I am going with SIOC.

    I am sooooooo looking forward to this.

    BTW... this is the BEST forum ever! My wife used to think I was the only one in the world that had a true passion for building a flightdeck. Thanks again!

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